December 21, 2014

Retrollect Helps You Stroll Down Memory Lane

If you’re like me, you have pictures from some of the most memorable moments of your life, whether it be your wedding, that time you went out with friends that you’ll never forget, or the birth of your first child. Until now, there hasn’t been a good Android app that lets users put these pictures together in a montage of their best moments. Enter Retrollect, an app that was released today by Border Stylo, a Los Angeles-based company. Not only does Retrollect combine your photos into something awesome and memorable, it goes old school with a ViewMaster-style disc, hence “Retro”. You know, like one of these. It displays the photos on a disc that you can share across multiple social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, or through the Retrollect community.

I don’t know about you, but to me, this sounds like a great way to share some memories with friends and family members. Retrollect is free and available now in the Android Market, so what are you waiting for? Use the box below to download it and get to montaging!

[app]com.borderstylo.retrollect[/app]



  • http://twitter.com/c0uP Abhilash

    Laggy as hell on my rom’d Galaxy S.

    • http://twitter.com/Mardenator Justin Marden

      It’s only a first release, expect it to be slow until they work out some kinks. Can’t be perfect right off the bat. :)

    • http://twitter.com/Mardenator Justin Marden

      It’s only a first release, expect it to be slow until they work out some kinks. Can’t be perfect right off the bat. :)

  • JohanS

    Nice idea, bad execution. The app doesn’t behave as an Android user would expect. For example, they’ve disabled the back-button completely, and in-app navigation seems to depend on the device orientation, which is certain to work badly on devices that are normally landscape mode.

  • JohanS

    Nice idea, bad execution. The app doesn’t behave as an Android user would expect. For example, they’ve disabled the back-button completely, and in-app navigation seems to depend on the device orientation, which is certain to work badly on devices that are normally landscape mode.

    • http://cardoni.net Greg Cardoni

      Thanks so much for the feedback. We definitely appreciate it. In fact, we’re working on making the navigation more native on Android right now and will include this update in a future release shortly.Follow us for the latest info: http://twitter.com/retrollect

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  • 304jfce

    I like it. I sent an email to them about the problems. Hopefully, they fix them. I’m still sticking with them.

  • http://www.parasitech.net Parasitechblog

     Yeah, I’ve tested the app too and totally agree with @ca7d72127cf74ca1d6db17273e86a910:disqus . The guys still need to work on in-app navigation. . The guys still need to work on in-app navigation.